a They must take categorized census The Elders will know the dates and times of

A they must take categorized census the elders will

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a. They must take categorized census. The Elders will know the dates and times of evacuations
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b. They should be told they're being concentrated because Jews are taking part in sniper attacks and plundering. c. They're responsible for appropriate housing in concentrated areas and a smooth transition into ghettos. They are to move into cities by a given date. If for plausible reasons can't, they can be severely warned and given an extension they must meet. SURVIVAL IN AUSCHWITZ- PRIMO LEVI Summary: He was an Italian-Jew imprisoned under Mussolini's Italy He was a chemist and speaks German. He credits this toward his survival He says survival was luck Once when he fell ill he was lucky the boy in front of him looked fit and he thinks the I.D. cards were mistaken. The boy was sent to his death He was arrested there under anti-Fascist movement and in 1944 was deported to Auschwitz. The camp was liberated in 1945 and he was there for about 10 months He says that the guards were normal and anyone is capable of committing these crimes Some villagers and British POWs gave the camps food sometimes through the fences One farmer gave him food once per week through the fence As a chemist he got a job in the laboratory. He became valuable to the Nazis. Instead of illness= death, it now = infirmary. Once the Nazis went out on the death march, Levi stayed. Infirmary residents all stayed. WARSAW DIARY- CHAIM KAPLAN When: portion we read end of 1940 to beginning on 1941 She is in the Polish Warsaw ghetto and discusses it's evolution. Self-Aid is Jews helping Jews within the camps. From the "conquerers" they've learned to function as whole body. If someone is starving, you are too. You must function as a single body. "all Jews are responsible for one another". She points out that lessons like these, from whatever source, are good and must be learned. Nazis rob and loot whatever Jewish homes they please. Any protest is met with death. She tries to write consistently, though it's tough. It brings her hope, though when she does. It takes away some dispair. Starvation is a fear. There is hoarding of food. There are beggars on the streets. It seems as smuggling goes on though, that there is less of this fear. Smuggling has become almost a profession for thousands, Aryan and Jewish. Some guards, too. Some don't and will kill you so one must be careful. They openly held Hanukkah parties in courtyards and it was a joyous moment. Even the Judenrat tried to issue permits for these organized celebrations but there were hundreds and he didn’t get a penny. There is an amazing will to live within these Ghettos. Purpose: to demonstrate the will and responses of Jews WASERZTAJN- SCHMEL Before the war, 1600 Jews lived in Jedwabne. Only 7 survived. Took place in June 1941 The residents stoned and knifed Jews to death. A few women with their children drown themselves, seeing what was happening to other Jews. They eventually burned all Jews in a barn. When Nazi meeting with the town, one carpenter objected to one family being left alive. They had to carry a huge statue put up by the Russians to be destroyed although it was huge and heavy. They had
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